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OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE CUTTING CONSTRUCTION TIME


In conjunction with their new TWHC high cycle hydraulic torque wrenches, designed to accommodate much faster oil flows and operating speeds, the new system can cut construction time of an average-sized windfarm by days, bringing substantial savings in personnel, crane and access hire. Gee-Force Hydraulics is now stocking the new pumps and wrenches at its Great Yarmouth base to offer to the industry fast developing on its doorstep.


RESPONSE TO DEMANDS UNIQUE FASTER


BOLTING SYSTEM A unique bolting system that works up to 200% faster than other systems, offering huge potential for cost-cutting in offshore wind, is now available in the East of England from Gee-Force Hydraulics


SPX’s Infinite Stage Pump technology increases productivity by providing continuous flow for up to twice the speed of typical 2-stage hydraulic torque pumps.


Managing Director Graeme Cook said the power pack developed by SPX Flow – the market leader in high pressure hydraulic pumps – is the perfect response to demands to take costs out of the industry by developing the best installation techniques and equipment. Graeme commented: “Because of


the restricted timescales for offshore wind turbine installation, greater bolting speed coupled with equipment reliability bring about significant cost benefits compared to standard systems. “However, traditional design


wrenches don’t have the capacity to accommodate the increased oil flows,


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hence SPX re-designing the internal components of its wrenches to work at these much faster speeds.”


SPEED, RELIABILITY AND ACCURACY


He continued: “The East of England is a hub for initial construction and installation of offshore wind turbines and their subsequent maintenance. Speed, reliability and accuracy is the key for the installation phase and that is what the new system offers. “Thereafter, the maintenance is often


more to do with fleetness of foot; how quickly you can get the tooling to the turbine and how quick and easy it is to deploy. In this latter respect, Gee-Force is also offering SPX’s compact bolting and tensioning pumps, both being lightweight and small in size, designed to fit through the smallest access gaps inside the turbine.”


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THE SMART CHOICE – TRUSTED BY SOME OF THE BIGGEST NAMES IN THE SUBSEA INDUSTRY.


ATLANTAS MARINE


Specialists in the sales, service and operation of Observation Class ROVs, SONAR & tooling to the


offshore renewables sector.


www.atlantasmarine.com T: +44 (0)1935 426000 E: info@atlantasmarine.com


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ATLANTAS MARINE HELP YOU GET THE JOB DONE SAFELY AND ON TIME. GET IN TOUCH TODAY TO DISCUSS YOUR PROJECT REQUIREMENTS.


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